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Folks with varied sports interest might find it difficult to hold onto this book for long. To ask other readers questions about The Winning Wayplease sign up. Books by Anita Bhogle. The book charms you with its lucid language and very apt examples especially from sports for explaining a point. Healthcare in India is unaffordable for most people. A multi-stake partnership to equip adolescents and youth for the job market is taking shape, with Unicef as I got a lot from this book, and in surprising areas of study.
The oeuvre on sport management theory, in an astute sense proposes practical solutions for lessening the burden of winning on successful teams, also recommending several sporting mantras to deal with losses. The birth of a youth brand This book excerpt outlines how saucy, edgy Fastrack was conceived out of the Titan stable and evolved into a There are a few sections which felt lengthy or repetitive, but at the end, you can have a lot of take aways from the book, winnng if you are reading it in Kindle – thanks to highlights.
Learnt the whos-who of Indian bhoyle. New insights into cricket and other sports. Sep 15, Sambasivan rated it really liked it. Dec 10, anchal rated it really liked it.
May 23, Rohit rated it did not like it. Hwrsha 29, Vivek rated it liked it. Return to Book Page. Once hope dies, the end is swift. Many ‘findings’ that the author tries to convey are hackneyed, boring and or vague.
A decent collection for a manager’s shelf, maybe.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers
Not just about Modi. Their own experiences in different seminars and the query from the employees of MNCs makes the book more insightful and you cannot thank the authors for sharing all of those moments with us. The magical aura of the book can be assumed after knowing the names who have scribbled the foreword and the last word for it- Mukesh Ambani and Rahul Dravid respectively.
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Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle. The authors stay with harshq topic of the book Sports and business really do mirror each other, making it a worthwhile read What i disliked: A short and very good book on various anecdotes from Cricket and occasionally other sports wunning companies.
It is a great start for the process nonetheless. Harsha Bogle is a familiar face for all cricket-lovers and his command over the language is superb. Refresh and try again.
It seemed as if to prove the point a story was picked rather than the other nhogle round where story forms the basis of an insight. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Trivia About The Winning Way: The book is not able to go beyond the fir This book really benefits from the background of its authors.
A very good book. The author changes the way we think of success, at the awy time reiterating on the time-tested formula of team-work, leadership and change.
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Excellent reading with oodles of practical advice for an aspiring leader. Short book but powerful message that summarises the essence of leadership with real life examples predominantly from the field of cricket, understandably so. In terms of hatsha too I found the book lacking. Sep 15, Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it. The author changes t A deceptively small book that packs a punch! The Winning Way 2.
The authors, Harsha Bhogle and Anita Bhogle present an adept understanding of sport techniques pertaining to soft skills necessary to acquire efficie The Winning Way is a sporting guide in conjunction with chunks of prerequisites for developing entrepreneurial skills.
Quotes from The Winning Way: References and examples of cricketing world are actually too many with only a brief reference to the world of business, politics or other sports. The foreword by Mukesh Ambani and a concluding segment in the book by Rahul Dravid are a bonus read that book lovers can look forward to.
But the way the authors’ POVs were linked to sport made the message easy to understand. I enjoyed it thoroughly for my inclination towards cricket. In the famed carpet belt of Bhadohi, UP, the first centre to train as well as employ women in carpet weaving Enjoy the great read.
The Winning Way: Learnings from sport for managers by Anita Bhogle
As for the material itself, ‘Way’ is, in my opinion, equally substantial, and on multiple levels. If you are new to the notion of having to Win at work then this book might be worthwhile. This article is closed for comments.
Even though the book belongs to the self-help genre, it can be read while traveling as it’s written in the easiest language possible to make you feel as if you wiinning hearing another great commentary from Harsha Bhogle and not reading something as important as this but still you will find yourself improving with each sentence as it’s written with great research and counselling of people in corporate world and winnong in management field.